cracked metal bathroom tap/faucet?

i noticed that the hot tap/faucet on the bathroom sink has started to crack with a weird pattern to it. No visible water leak but how it's cracking seems quite strange!

any ideas what may have caused this?

(it's not been leaking from anywhere)

the photo's show the cracking hot tap/faucet

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4 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

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  • ?
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    It is corrosion. Let it go or replace it, your choice.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Yes, that is strange-looking.  It looks like a scar from the wrong sort of tool being used in an attempt to remove the valve stem from the body.  It appears also that the stem nut (the top portion of the tap, below the knob/handle) has been deformed from overtightening, where it meets the valve body (the portion with the spigot).  Any chance it's been like this for quite some time and you've only just noticed it? 


  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Temperatures going up and down expand and contract metal. I can't see by the photo if it's surface plating or deeper into the faucet. I know in the USA that if the connections are simple screw and not rusted or caked with minerals, replacing faucets is a low labor job and not expensive.

    Despite being clean, the top handle looks like an old style. What is the approximate age? Is this an apartment with a landlord to notify, or do you own it.

    Just be sure to buy a compatible replacement. Things like that are not repaired. It may be cosmetic only, but if it is a deep crack, get it replaced. 

    To me it looks like it is damaged physically from the outside. 

    Can't judge a lot from the pic.

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